A truck called a volkswagon worker-- carrying "extremely dangerous" radioactive material…. , has been stolen , from a gas station , in Mexico, …containing cobalt-60 ….used in hospital radiotherapy…/. Radioactive material could be used to make a "dirty bomb."
top paid movie stars..
Retail giant Toys "R" Us plans to hire 45,000 seasonal employees / go to http://www.toys r us inc .com .
30 new jobs..available- The Coops Health and Fitness Job Fair is today for all positions, , 10:00am to 2:00pm at coops Greenville 864.288.2667
Friday nights Mega Millions jackpot has climbed to $291 million …/the biggest Mega Millions drawing in two years.
Facebook will soon unveil an "Unfollow" button. / In the past, the "Hide All" option pretty much did the same thing,
The top-paid movie actor is Robert Downey Jr., with $75 million in earnings this year/. Angelina Jolie, the top-paid actress, earned an estimated $33 million according to forbes magazine
TV's highest paid actor …is modern families…Sofia Vergara …named by Forbes Magazine …with earnings last year..of $30 Million/
micro-blogging platform Tumblrs ---most most re-blogged actors? . from "Sherlock" Benedict Cumberbatch and "Hunger Games" star Jennifer Lawrence
the restaurant usedover 100 i. It noted that the, including peanut oil with TBHQ, a chemical made from butane. Hari, based in Charlotte,
N.C., Volunteers are needed to help 200 children..shop –..during the greenville jaycees… Christmas Shopping Tour…. Tuesday, the 10th - details on the hawk and tom page.
` the salute to scouting event - today - - at the poinsett club gvl – will feature - Texas gov.. and former presidential candidate rick perry
$6 million more than the highest–paid male TVactor, "Two and a Half Men" star Ashton kutcher/
The Festival of Trees is underway thru December.. in Downtown Greenville at the Hyatt …the Courtyard Marriott.... and the Hampton Inn RiverPlace Visit St. Francis foundation.com for details
other events include.. Martinis & Mistletoe on Dec. thursday, /the Teddy Bear Luncheon saturdy and and the Holiday Brunch Sunday/.
A big study out Monday says there’s no such thing as healthy obesity/ …Excess weight can knock years off your life ….even if your cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar are in the healthy range, / The conclusions of the new study fall in line with other research that’s shown that fat, in and of itself, is a risk factor for heart disease, t
Carolina balet theaters…“The Nutcracker: ..features 200 professional and student dancers… at the Peace Center this weekend. Tickets on sale now/
more people care about whats in foods they are eating.../ a charlotte NC blooger started writing about …Chemical fil-A?" at FoodBabe.com…noting that a ….chik fil a…. sandwich… has nearly 100 ingredients/ …so, .restaurant officials removed a number of ingredients from buns …sauces and dressings / pepsico and kraft has recently made changes
a blast of arctic air is expected to drop temperatures... 20 to 40 degrees below normal....actross the west/ . lows for areas of Montana and the Dakotas are in the minus-20s./ Parts of California could drop to the 20s. .
South Carolina House members have pre-filed legislation on domestic violence, slow drivers and many other issues for the session that resumes in January. State representatives had filed more than 50 bills by noon yesterday, the Legislature's first pre-filing deadline for 2014.
PHILIPS HEALTHCARE-DEFIBRILLATOR RECALL
FDA warns of problems with Philips heart devices
WASHINGTON (AP) Federal health regulators are warning the public that certain cardiac defibrillators recalled by Philips Healthcare may fail to deliver a needed shock in an emergency.
Defibrillators are used by emergency responders and others to restore normal heart function in people suffering a heart attack. The FDA says an electrical problem with recalled Philips' HeartStart devices could cause them to fail to deliver a life-saving shock.
Philips recalled three models of its HeartStart devices in September 2012 due to an internal electrical malfunction. The recall affects about 700,000 defibrillators sold between 2005 and 2012. The recalled HeartStart FRx and HS1 (OnSite and Home) devices include an electrical part called a resistor that could fail when high voltage is applied, and that could prevent the device from delivering the necessary shock. If the resistor fails, the device will emit an audible triple-chirp alert.
Customers who have received the affected devices should contact Philips at 1-800-263-3342 to receive a replacement. Steve Silverman, director of the agency's Office of Compliance, says the FDA does recommend keeping the recalled defibrillators in service because it considers the benefits of attempting to use the device in a cardiac arrest emergency greater than the risk of not attempting to use the defibrillator.