Murdered Texas fitness instructor received creepy-crawly message dates before her extinction | Fox News

A woman who was obtained assassinated last month in a Texas church received a "creepy and strange" message days before her death, according to a search warrant. Terri "Missy" Bevers, 45, was were dead early on the morning of April 18 at the Creekside Church of Christ in Midlothian. She had gone there to prepare to lead...

Risky ties-in: why girls are more likely to die of a broken heart

In her new volume, nerve surgeon Dr Nikki Stamp explores how modern remedy is only beginning to understand the ties between body and emotionTakotsubo cardiomyopathy- commonly referred to as broken heart syndrome- is rare but real. As a heart and lung surgeon, Dr Nikki Stamp has accompanied a few events herself, and the phenomenon provisions a compelling opening chapter...

Eating This Insect May Improve Your Gut Health

How’s this for irony: A food source that many people find gut-wrenching might be just the ticket to stop that gut from wrenching. A new study in the Scientific Reports Journal suggests eating crickets can positively affect human gut health and even reduce overall body inflammation. Valerie Stull, the study’s lead author, told WTOP TV she and the other...

Super Bowl LI prediction: Patriots’ stout defense to tip scales against Falcons

Paolo Bandini: New Englands stout defense will make the difference in a mouth-watering matchup between the two best quarterbacks in the league this seasonSuccess is supposed to be fleeting in the NFL. The Atlanta Falcons are a case study in how its meant to be in a league whose structure is designed to promote parity. After going 14-2 and...

National Enquirer Publisher: Its Our First Amendment Right to Silence Karen McDougal Over Trump

The National Enquirer’s publisher claims its agreement to purchase and bury former Playboy model Karen McDougal’s story of her alleged affair with President Trump is protected by the First Amendment, according to new court filings.On Monday, American Media, Inc. (AMI) asked a Los Angeles court to dismiss McDougal’s lawsuit, which seeks to release her from a “catch and kill”...

Desert Trip: ‘Oldchella’ proves the power of nostalgia is no mirage

The newest festival on the block features rock grandees think the Stones and Neil Young alongside luxury camping. But is it more than a blast from the past?Over the next two weekends, more than 150,000 fans of classic rock, glamping, and celebrity chefs will arrive in the Coachella Valley for the Desert Trip festival. Only two acts are slated...