Doctor claims he can turn brown eyes blue

Ever wished you were the blue-eyed boy? You soon could be, after a doctor revealed he can permanently change a person’s eye colour in just 20 seconds.

Dr Gregg Homer, from Stroma Medical in California said his Lumineyes technology uses a laser tuned to a specific frequency to turn brown eyes to blue.

The laser energy removes the brown pigment, or melanin, from the top layer of the iris, and the blue eye colour emerges over the following two to three weeks.
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Public-School Teachers are Overpaid, Heritage/AEI Study Finds

A new study conducted by the Heritage Foundation and the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) finds that, contrary to popular belief, public-school teachers receive total compensation more than 50 percent greater than that of private sector employees – if you take into account benefits, job security, summer vacations and other factors.

“There’s a widespread belief among people — really across the political spectrum — from laymen, to politicians, to scholars, that existing teachers are underpaid in terms of their wages and benefits,” said Jason Richwine, Ph.D., senior policy analyst for empirical Studies at the conservative Heritage Foundation, and coauthor of the study.

“The reality is that it’s just not true,” Richwine said.

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Want to look younger? Forget the Botox and just eat less

Forget Botox and facelifts – if you want to slow the ageing process just eat less, scientist have claimed.

New research reveals that consuming fewer calories can help slow both the ageing process and the onset of age-related diseases such as dementia, cancer and type-2 diabetes.

And the earlier a person’s calorie intake is reduced, the greater the effects on their long term health.

Swedish researchers discovered that reducing your consumption of sugar and protein while maintaining a healthy intake of vitamins and minerals could add years to your life.
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He must be playing the Nutcracker: Squirrel captured at children’s piano… with the help of some peanut butter

As a double act, this pair of squirrels has got their audience going nuts.

The two grey squirrels have been photographed riding a skateboard, playing a piano and even pushing a wheelchair in Tampa, Florida.

Retired postwoman Kathy Pruy nsets up the hilarious scenes by strategically placing peanuts and peanut butter among the toys.

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Startled scientists spot ghostly face in tumour

We’re used to seeing images of human faces in everything from mountains on Mars to pancake batter. But two scientists were surprised to see such a vision… in a testicular tumour.

The distressed face with a gaping mouth was spotted in the ultrasound scan of a 45-year-old man who had been suffering from testicular pain.

It made such an impact on Dr Greg Roberts and Dr Naji Touma from Queen’s University in Ontario, that they submitted the startling image to the journal Urology.

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MSNBC’s Touré: Herman Cain Is Nothing More Than a Black ‘Minstrelsy’ Entertainer

The liberal media are clearly in a full-scale panic over the possibility that a black conservative could either win the Republican presidential nomination or become the eventual victor’s running mate.

On MSNBC’s The Last Word Monday, left-wing author Touré went on a racially charged attack on Herman Cain referring to him as a black “minstrelsy” entertainer

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MSNBC Analyst under fire for claiming ‘GOP eyes Cain as a black man who knows his place’

Presidential candidate Herman Cain was described as a ‘black man who knows his place’ by the GOP, at least that’s how one MSNBC analyst sees it to angry critics.

Democratic strategist and MSNBC analyst Karen Finney spoke freely Friday afternoon in an interview with host Martin Bashir to deliver her opinion on why Mr Cain has become the front-runner for republicans.

Ms Finney reasoned that Mr Cain ‘makes that white republican base of the party feel okay, feel like they are not racist because they can like this guy,’ she said.

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Scientist whose climate change research on polar bears was cited by Al Gore will face lie detector test over ‘integrity issues’

A wildlife scientist, whose report on dead polar bears in Arctic waters became a rallying call for climate change campaigners, will face a lie detector test as part of an investigation by federal agents.

Jeffrey Gleason, who co-wrote a 2006 report highlighting the danger posed to the animals by melting ice, will take a polygraph over alleged scientific misconduct connected to the study, the Independent reported.
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