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Explosion At Florida Factory Means Whipped Cream Shortage This Christmas

If you can't imagine the holidays without whipped cream "fresh" from a can, now might be a great time to learn to make your own. Wherever your mind takes you, here's what you need to know: America is now plagued by a massive nitrous shortage, and that means a lack of whipped cream and legal (though not particularly safe) highs this holiday season.



Wynn Las Vegas Adding Amazon Echo to All Rooms

At some point in the future, streaming music and personal assistant options will be added, though it's not clear whether Amazon customers will have to log in with their own account information. The DineTime Skill for Alexa is now available for free through the Amazon Alexa app available on iOS, Android and Fire tablets. "If I have ever seen anything in my 49 years of developing resorts that has made our job of delivering a ideal experience to our guests easier and help us get to another ...



SC bans liquor shops on national, state highways across India

The News Agency tweeted that "Supreme court bench headed by Chief Justice of India TS Thakur directs to ban liquor on all State Highways". Instead, the states have increased the number of licences, the bench pointed out. The bench had also rapped the Centre for not doing anything concrete for the last 10 years forcing the court to "step in". "If 500 metres distance from highways is implemented, hardly a handful of shops will survive in the state".



Oxford University Tells Students To Use 'Ze' Pronouns

In a statement posted on its website the Oxford University Students' Union said telling people to stop using "he" and "she" would be "totally counterproductive". It states behaviour which " may amount to harassment " includes "deliberately using the wrong name or pronoun in relation to a transgender person, or persistently referring to their gender identity history".


Statins and Alzheimer's- How is it connected?

Statins and Alzheimer's- How is it connected?

And if they do shrink the risk, the effect seems to be small. According to the study, this suggests that some patients that are facing multiple, otherwise equal statin options for hyperlipidemia treatment, may be able to reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease using one particular statin.



Wells Fargo fails the "Living Will" Test for the Second Time

US banking regulators Wednesday said they are prohibiting Wells Fargo from opening new global branches until it fixes continuing deficiencies in its bankruptcy plan. It's unrelated to the scandal that stemmed from Wells Fargo employees opening of millions of unauthorized accounts in order to meet aggressive sales targets.