Alopecia universalis. Diagnosed with the autoimmune disorder, Utsmans hair went quickly. Alopecia universalis no hair, nowhere, Utsman said. I used to shave my legs every day. Now, I dont have to. I would spend $150 every time I had my hair colored. Worse than the loss of an old friend, like most anyone else Utsman did not respond well as her hair quickly went the way of the dinosaur. Could you imagine, said Tabatha Ellis, store manager at Chic Wigs in Bristol, Va., brushing your hair and seeing it come out? Utsman nodded without a knowing grin.
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Bedford Township man accused of fondling boy – Toledo Blade
Police have charged Dean E. Elmer, 54, of 6222 S. Dixie Highway with gross sexual imposition, inducing panic, and vandalism stemming from the incident Thursday. According to police statements filed with Toledo Municipal Court, Mr. Elmer entered a restroom with a 13-year-old boy, where he allegedly pulled down the boys pants and fondled him. The charges state the boy has a mental or physical condition that would impair his ability to respond and that the defendant likely would have known this. Mr. Elmer, who was a patient at the hospital while the boy was visiting, also is charged with inducing panic for running and hiding from hospital police and with vandalism for later kicking out and destroying a hospital window in an attempt to flee.
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Warning issued in Newbury after rabid fox attacks »
Merrimack Valley »
EagleTribune.com, North Andover, MA
Days earlier, a woman living nearby was attacked in the same manner. Both victims quickly sought medical attention, according to Newbury police. Rogers stressed that such encounters are unusual and the recent attacks marked the first time she can remember any such incidents in town. Still, the Newbury Board of Health is advising all residents to avoid contact with wild animals, whether alive or dead. Residents should also call Newbury police so they can dispatch the departments animal control officer should they come across animals who are behaving strangely. The Board of Health is asking residents to make sure pet rabies vaccinations are up to date, and those who believe they may have been in contact with any wild animal should seek medical attention at once. Removing bird feeders and making sure trash barrels are secure are also recommended. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, rabies can be transmitted through the saliva of an infected animal.
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