The mass killing at Sandy Hook Elementary School could have been avoided if doctors, teachers and family members had addressed Adam Lanza’s “profound emotional disabilities,” according to an official study released Friday.
Connecticut’s Office of the Child Advocate spent two years identifying how red flags were ignored and opportunities missed long before the December 2012 assault in which Lanza, 20, killed 20 young students and six teachers before turning… Continue reading Could Adam Lanza Have Been Stopped? Sandy Hook Report Cites Missed Chances To Avoid School Massacre, Cites ‘Parental Denial’
Five years ago, the Heat went to Dallas to play in the NBA Finals, celebrated on the Mavericks court and brought the Larry O Brien championship … Continue reading Miami Heat wants to avoid a repeat of 2006 comeback
All children aged between six months and five years should be given vitamin D supplements to prevent rickets, especially during winter. Such children are at risk of developing the condition because of their couch potato lifestyles, said Sally Davies, director general of research and development in the UK. Rickets causes the bones to become soft [...] Continue reading Vitamin D pills advised for under-fives to avoid rickets
Actress Kirsten Dunst admits that she deliberately dresses down to avoid celebrity photographers. “I just don’t want to look bad in those pictures. Paparazzi don’t have as much interest in you when you’re not wearing big sunglasses and carrying a $5,000 bag,” showbizspy.com quoted her as telling a magazine. “I have no interest in wearing [...] Continue reading Kirsten Dunst dresses down to avoid paparazzi
Angelina Jolie has revealed that she and her partner Brad Pitt spend most of their time at home with their kids in order to avoid the paparazzi. The actress said that she and her six kids, Maddox, nine, Pax, seven, Zahara, five, Shiloh, four and two-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne, have to “sneak” out of [...] Continue reading Jolie and her kids ‘sneak’ out of their house to avoid paparazzi