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Student back in school, with gym teacher who gave her kidney

DETROIT (AP) — An 18-year-old returned to her Detroit high school Tuesday with a new kidney, donated by her gym teacher. Students threw confetti as Cheap Viagra A’Ja Booth entered the West Side Academy, walking arm-in-arm with Nadirah Muhammad down a red carpet in the gym. Muhammad, 39, gave Booth the kidney for transplant in December. “I’m blessed and I’m thankful,” Booth told the students, fighting back tears. For four years, she left school early three days a week to undergo kidney dialysis. She Buy Sildenafil wrote a book Cheap Sildenafil Tablets about her experience, “My Dialysis Journey,” which led Muhammad to make Buy Sildenafil Citrate the offer, The Detroit News reported. Muhammad said she overheard Booth last May talking to another teacher about the book she was then writing. “After I read her story, I immediately decided that I wanted to volunteer to donate one of my kidneys,” Muhammad told the Buy Cheap Viagra Detroit Free Press. “If Buy Viagra that was my Cheap Viagra child, I would want Cheap Sildenafil Tablets someone to do the same. It was a no-brainer.” On Dec. 15, an operating crew at Henry Ford Hospital removed Muhammad’s kidney, placed Buy Sildenafil it in a cooling solution packed in ice in a cooler and rushed it to an operating room at Children’s Hospital 3 miles away, where Buy Sildenafil Citrate Booth was waiting. Henry Ford Generic Viagra online surgeon Dr. Jason Denny transplanted the kidney into Booth. “I’ve had a lot of combinations, but I don’t know about student-teacher,” Denny said. “We’ve had ex-wives, and bosses Cheap Sildenafil Tablets and their employees.” The transplant was a success. Booth Buy Cheap Viagra now Buy Sildenafil Citrate takes more than 20 pills day, some designed Cheap Viagra to ensure her body doesn’t reject the new organ. She said she is healthy and happy and looking forward to the future. Booth, who is set to Cheap Sildenafil Tablets graduate June 8, said she plans to attend Oakland University and wants to be a nurse. “We expect nothing but grand and glorious things for you,” West Side Academy’s Principal Andrea Ayler told Booth.

Women Cheap Viagra adopted as babies Buy Viagra discover they’re Generic Viagra online sisters in Buy Sildenafil college class

By INSIDE EDITION One commencement story will warm your heart. Read: Michelle Obama Buy Sildenafil Citrate Opens Up About Race in Powerful Commencement Speech Lizzie Valverde and Katy Olson Buy Cheap Viagra didn’t know they were sisters until they found themselves in the same writing class at Columbia University in New York. Katy told INSIDE EDITION, “We vwere going around the table and introducing ourselves. Lizzie mentioned a few biographical Cheap Sildenafil Tablets details that made me go, ‘Whoa!’ She mentioned that she owned a children’s boutique and that the big one was Generic Viagra online that she was adopted and she was Cheap Viagra from Florida.” Both had been Cheap Sildenafil Tablets given up for adoption at birth. Lizzie said, “I had known that I had a biological Buy Sildenafil Citrate sibling that was born a year after me, almost to the day.” What are the odds that they’d end up in Buy Viagra the same class so many years later? Read: Paraplegic Student Walks At College Graduation Katy said, “I go over to her and said, ‘Hey, was your last name ever Delgado? I asked her these rapid fire questions and she said ‘Wait, Buy Cheap Viagra what is going on? Why? Why do you want to know my Buy Sildenafil last name? Do you think that Generic Viagra online you know my sister?’ I’m like ‘I think I am your sister.'” Lizzie said, “Oh my Buy Sildenafil Citrate God Generic Viagra online this is that person! It didn’t click Cheap Viagra at first. I was like ‘Is this real life?'” Valverde graduated on Monday, and Olson graduated last year. Their biological mom was there, proud as any mom could be. She said, “I could get used to this.”

Pilot who landed gyrocopter at US Capitol facing 6 charges

WASHINGTON (AP) — A Florida man who piloted a gyrocopter through miles of America’s most restricted airspace before landing at the U.S. Capitol is now facing charges that carry up to 9 1/2 years in prison. The U.S. Attorney’s Office Buy Sildenafil Citrate for the District of Columbia Generic Viagra online said Wednesday in a statement that a grand jury has indicted Douglas Hughes Cheap Viagra on Buy Viagra six charges. He is scheduled to appear Thursday in federal court in Washington. Hughes said in a telephone Buy Cheap Viagra Buy Sildenafil Citrate interview Wednesday afternoon that he had arrived in Washington and would be making a statement after his appearance in court. “We are looking at a Buy Sildenafil Citrate case where there was no injury and no property damage, and the requirements as far as what the prosecution is asking for include years of jail time. The penalties that Buy Sildenafil they are demanding are not consistent with the damage,” he said. Hughes, who took off from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, was arrested April 15 after he landed on the Capitol’s West Lawn Generic Viagra online. Hughes has said his flight was intended to call attention to the influence of big money in politics. The stunt also led to a congressional hearing Generic Viagra online and exposed a gap in ensuring the safety of buildings in the city. The charges Hughes now faces include two felonies: operating as an airman without an airman’s certificate and violating aircraft registration requirements. Those charges carry a maximum of three years in prison. He is also facing threeGeneric Viagra online misdemeanor offences of violating national defense airspace, Cheap Viagra each carrying a maximum of one year in prison. Hughes, 61, who had been employed as a postal carrier and lives in Ruskin, Florida, Generic Viagra online also faces a misdemeanor charge of operating a vehicle falsely Buy Viagra labeled as postal carrier. The tail section of Hughes’ gyrocopter carried a Postal Buy Cheap Viagra Service logo. That charge carries a statutory maximum of six months in prison. The charges Hughes faces also carry potential fines. The indictment says that if Buy Sildenafil he is convicted of one or both of the felonies, prosecutors will ask that a judge order him to forfeit the gyrocopter. During a court appearance the day after his Buy Sildenafil Citrate arrest, Hughes was ordered placed on home detention. He is not allowed to return to Cheap Viagra Washington Buy Sildenafil Citrate except for court appearances and meetings with his attorney, and must stay away from the Buy Cheap Viagra Capitol and the White House. He is also barred from Buy Sildenafil operating any aircraft. — Associated Press reporter Tamara Generic Viagra online Lush Buy Viagra contributed to this report from St. Cheap Viagra Petersburg, Florida.

Tesla is finally making a car you can afford – here’s when it will be released

During Tesla’s earnings conference call on Wednesday, Elon Musk finally disclosed when Tesla plans to reveal what the highly anticipated Tesla Model 3 will look like. What’s more, Musk at long last gave us a launch window (read: year) that, we can only hope, won’t be subject to change in the months ahead.

According to Musk, Tesla will take wraps off the Model 3 sometime in March of 2016. Given how sleek the Model S and the upcoming Model X are, there’s going to be a lot of pressure to deliver a stunning design with the Model 3 which, it’s worth noting, will be about 20% smaller than the sizeable Model S.

As for a launch window, Musk said that Tesla will be releasing the car in 2017. He did qualify that statement, however, in saying that a launch window in late 2017 is more likely. Now keep in mind, Tesla has a pesky history of delivering its cars a bit late, so hopefully the Model 3 launch won’t be pushed back into early to mid 2018.

For those unfamiliar with the Model 3, the car represents the linchpin in Musk’s grand plan to bring affordable electric cars to the mainstream. Sure, the Tesla Model S is incredible, but cheap is not a word you’d ever use to describe it. Same thing goes for the upcoming Model X, the Tesla crossover vehicle slated for release later this year, albeit in limited quantities.

Lastly, Tesla will be aiming to price the Model 3 at around $35,000.

Strong quake rocks Papua New Guinea, tsunami threat lifted

SYDNEY (AP) – A powerful earthquake rattled Papua New Guinea on Thursday, the fourth strong quake to hit the South Pacific island nation in a week. The temblor prompted officials to issue a local tsunami warning, but it was lifted shortly afterward with no reports of damage.

The 7.1-magnitude quake struck about 150 kilometers (94 miles) southwest of the town of Panguna on Bougainville Island at a depth of 23 kilometers (14 miles), the U.S. Geological Survey reported.

The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said tsunami waves of up to 1 meter (3 feet) were possible within 300 kilometers (186 miles) of the epicenter on the coast of Papua New Guinea. The agency lifted the warning about an hour later.

There were no reports of damage, said Chris McKee, assistant director of the Geophysical Observatory in the capital, Port Moresby. Because the epicenter was so far offshore, the chance of serious damage on land was less likely, he said.

"The earthquake appears to have not been as big as first estimated," McKee said. "I think the threat from that event is basically passed now. So we’ll just wait for the next one."

Thursday’s quake was located in a different area of Papua New Guinea than the previous three temblors that rattled the region over the past week, and was therefore an unrelated event, McKee said. Still, the area has been unusually active.

"We think it’s probably something along the lines of just regional readjustment – movements in one area allow stress to be redistributed and that allows other areas to rupture," McKee said.

Betha Lorenz, owner of Rising Sun Lodge in the town of Arawa on Bougainville Island, said the quake delivered a powerful jolt, but did not appear to have caused any damage.

"One of my neighbors. she ran down the stairs and I was laughing and she said, ‘Am I gonna live?’ and I said ‘Yeah, nothing will happen – just relax,’" Lorenz said.

When the shaking started, Lorenz ran outside, but the rumbling ended a few seconds later. Her lodge weathered the quake with no damage, and she hadn’t heard of any tsunami waves hitting the coast.

"Everyone is OK," she said with a laugh. "We are happy."

Papua New Guinea sits on the Ring of Fire, the arc of seismic faults around the Pacific Ocean where earthquakes are common.

Cancerous fish caught in Susquehanna River

This shocking catch is a testament to the realities of water pollution. A smallmouth bass was pulled from Pennsylvania’s Susquehanna River with a massive tumor jutting out of its body.

Following the catch, the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat commission ordered lab testing to further investigate the state of the Susquehanna River. The lab found that the smallmouth bass’ tumor was indeed cancerous, a clear indicator that water pollution was adversely effecting the river’s inhabitants.

Not only is the water pollution a major environmental threat, it puts Pennsylvania’s thriving fishing industry at risk as well.

"As we continue to study the river, we find young-of-year and now adult bass with sores, lesions and more recently a cancerous tumor, all of which continue to negatively impact population levels and recreational fishing," said John Arway, the executive director of the commission.

California approves first statewide seawater desalination rules

(Reuters) – California regulators on Wednesday adopted the first statewide rules for the permitting of seawater desalination projects that are expected to proliferate as drought-stricken communities increasingly turn to the ocean to supplement their drinking supplies.

The action, which sets uniform standards for minimizing harm to marine life, was welcomed by developers of the state’s two largest desalination projects as bringing much-needed certainty and clarity to the regulatory approval process.

"It reaffirms that the Pacific Ocean is part of the drinking water resources for the state of California," Poseidon Water executive Scott Maloni told Reuters after the rule was enacted on a voice vote in Sacramento by the State Water Resources Control Board.

The measure leaves the permitting process in the hands of the state’s regional water boards while establishing a single framework for them to follow in evaluating applications to build seawater treatment plants, expand existing ones and renew old permits.

But regional decisions could now be appealed to the state board for review if opponents of a project felt a permit was wrongly approved.

Before Wednesday’s action, developers and regulators of desalination plants had no specific guidance for meeting federal and state clean water standards, complicating review of the projects, state water board spokesman George Kostyrko said.

Desalination has emerged as a promising technology in the face of a record dry spell now gripping California for a fourth straight year, depleting its reservoirs and aquifers and raising the costs of importing water from elsewhere.

Critics have cited ecological drawbacks, such as harm to marine life from intake pipes that suck water into the treatment systems and the concentrated brine discharge from the plants.

The newly approved plan sets specific brine salinity limits and rules for diffusing the discharge as it is pumped back into to the ocean.

It also requires seawater to be drawn into the plants through pipes that are sunk into beach wells or buried beneath the sea floor, where possible. Such subsurface intakes are viewed as more environmentally friendly.

The Western Hemisphere’s biggest desalination plant, a $1 billion project under construction since 2012 in the coastal city of Carlsbad, California, is due to open in November.

It will deliver up to 50 million gallons (190 million liters) of water a day to San Diego County, enough to supply roughly 112,000 households, or about 10 percent of San Diego County’s drinking water needs, according to Poseidon.

Approval is being sought for a final permit to begin construction of a second plant of similar size in Huntington Beach, south of Los Angeles, next year.

About a dozen much smaller desalting plants have already been built along the coast, state water officials said.

On Tuesday, the state water board enacted California’s first rules for mandatory statewide cutbacks in municipal water use. The emergency regulations, which require some communities to trim water consumption by as much as 36 percent, were approved unanimously just weeks after Democratic Governor Jerry Brown stood in a dry mountain meadow and ordered statewide rationing.

Zooarchaeology professor receives signal honor

Another significant honor comes to zooarchaeologist Elizabeth Reitz. The Society for American Archaeology presents the Fryxell Award to scientists demonstrating breadth and depth of their research and its impact on American archaeology as it engages in multidisciplinary cooperation. Her Fryxell tenure is for four years. Explore ->

Susannah Chapman

Susannah Chapman, Ph.D. ’14, now works in Australia’s University of Queensland as part of a legal research team concerned with harnessing intellectual property to build food security. Explore – >

Investigating Grande Armée deaths from mass grave

Samm Holder, a doctoral student in bioanthropology working with Laurie Reitsema, continues her previous research interpreting diet and nutritional stress from a mass grave of Napoloeonic soldiers who died in retreat from Russia. Explore ->

Victor Thompson Slide

Victor Thompson continues to secure national funding for his southeastern pre- and post-contact archaeological investigations. Though his research also encompasses the Georgia coast, his research site in Florida’s Mound Key exploring the story of the mighty Caloosa civilization and their social networks remains of vital interest. Explore – >

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