Folliculitis is a painful infection of the hair follicles caused by bacteria Staphylococcus aureus penetrating inside the pores. This leads to painful pimples on the skin, in some areas of the body such as the scalp, arms, legs, back, buttocks, etc.
Adorable Cow Thinks He’s A Dog And Lives In House A Highland Cow rejected by the rest of the herd has grown up thinking it is a dog - after its owners raised it inside the family home. Cattle owners Adam, 33, and Emily Hopson, 32, have raised adorable calf James inside their home with their dogs who he cannot resist licking. And their adorable photos of the hairy bovine living alongside his canine pals have made him a social media sensation. Emily said: “He is the sweetest creature. He loves to lick us and the dogs. And to just lay beside us and be scratched and petted.
“Toy Gun” vs. Military Steel Helmet + Body Armor This thing is probably the most powerful arrow shooter in the world - but legally, it is regarded as a toy in Germany. No need to be 18 to own it, no need to go to the range, no need to leave it at home when you go to the next shopping mall.
Pilot Born Without Arms Defies All Odds ARMLESS pilot Jessica Cox proved her disability was no barrier to finding true love with husband, Patrick. Five years ago the inspirational 32-year-old became the first female to fly a plane with her feet. And she also became the first armless black belt in the American Tae Kwon Do Association. But closer to home Jessica shows how she has adapted to life without arms - thanks to her fierce independence.
A raccoon attacks a child Friday December 2, 2022 in Ashford, Connecticut in the United States, a 5-year-old girl was attacked by a raccoon while waiting for her school bus. Her mother, alerted by her daughter's cries, came out of the house and grabbed the raccoon by the skin of its back. Once her daughter was safely inside, she threw the animal onto the lawn. The little girl was bitten by the raccoon. She was tested for the presence of rabies antibodies.
Man built a swimming pool in the shape of a pirate ship for his children, but the neighbors forced it to be demolished It took Toronto resident John Konstantinidis eight weeks to build a swimming pool on the property of his suburban home. The man wanted his children to have more fun during the lockdown during the coronavirus pandemic. However, an unusual object in the form of a pirate ship had to be demolished after complaints from neighbors. Just a week after the completion of the work, Konstantinides was approached by representatives of local authorities with an order to dismantle the facility. As it turned out, they received an appeal from one of the man's neighbors, according to whom, the pool was built too close to the border of the site and the fence standing there. The municipality agreed with the complaint, pointing out to Konstantinidis that the construction of pools requires a special permit. In addition, for an object of this size, it is also necessary to draw up a special document regulating building codes and regulations. According to the father, the news of the demolition of the pirate ship was extremely upsetting for his two children. He was outraged by the attitude of the neighbors and claims that they could first express their grievances in a personal conversation. Nevertheless, the man dismantled the pool, received all the necessary documentation and built it again in accordance with all the requirements of the authorities. So in the end the story ended well.