Sunday News

News of the Week – 8th Issue

Man suffering from hiccups:

Mickey Cheney was hospitalized for suffering from severe hiccups. Last Friday, when this news was reported, he had been hiccuping for ten whole days. The doctors started tests and treatments on Cheney last week on Friday, November 9th. Apparently the hiccups were caused by severe heartburn. Hopefully he’s OK by now! READ MORE!

Click this image to watch a video of Mickey Cheney.
Channing Tatum
Channing Tatum is the Sexiest Man Alive:

Channing Tatum was announced to be the sexiest man alive last Wednesday by People magazine. Channing himself thought someone was just messing with him, when he heard the news. READ MORE!

Earlier this year, on October, Glamour magazine chose this year’s sexiest man as well, but unfortunately Channing was only number 28th on the list voted by readers. READ MORE!

Violinist Ben Lee is the World’s Fastest Superhuman:

Ben Lee took part in the television show, Superhuman Showdown, on Quest channel in the UK. The 32-year-old musician was unanimously voted the fastest superhuman on earth. Ben was thrilled to have been declared the winner! READ MORE and WATCH A VIDEO!

Ben Lee
Alien planet found nearby without parent star:

Astronomers have discovered a potential “rogue” alien planet wandering alone just 100 light-years from Earth. The free-floating object, called CFBDSIR2149, is likely a gas giant planet four to seven times more massive than, Jupiter, scientists say in a new study unveiled last Wednesday. READ MORE!

Caffeine boosts positivity:


New research finds that caffeine may take the negative edge off of the world, and focus your mind on positivity. In Ruhr University in Germany, researchers gave half of the recruited 66 volunteers a lactose placebo pill, while the other half took tablets containing 200 milligrams of caffeine 30 minutes before the test. Turns out the caffeinated subjects were able to spot positive words, such as “happy,” more accurately than the negative or neutral words by seven percent. READ MORE!


And apparently eating more chocolate improves a nation’s chances of producing Nobel Prize winners! READ MORE!

With warm hugs and gentle thuds – Keri



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