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Woman Almost Goes Blind After Sleeping With Her Mascara On For 25 Years

This should serve as a warning to all ladies who sleep with make-up on.

Nobelle Borines





A 50-year-old woman learned why it is important to remove all traces of make-up before going to bed. The mother of two recently got medical help because her eyes are often irritated. The visit to the eye doctor revealed that there were tiny black lumps under her eyelids. The calcified bumps were actually residue from her mascara, which she had not removed for 25 years.

Theresa Lynch of Sydney, Australia has suffered from eye irritation for a long time. In addition to a strange sensation just under her eyelids, the housekeeper also complained that her eyes often leaked with a sticky discharge. The pain eventually became unbearable so Lynch asked for the help of Dr. Dana Robaei. The two discovered that several calcified bumps, or concretions have accumulated as old mascara lodged itself in Lynch’s eyes due to her poor make-up removal routine.

Theresa Lynch admitted that she rarely removed her mascara before sleeping and the nasty habit led to residue getting embedded under her eyelids.

Luckily, the doctor was able to remove the lumps but if Lynch had waited longer, she may have gone blind. Dr. Robaei used a general anesthetic for the procedure, which lasted 90 minutes.

Several tiny black lumps had accumulated under Theresa Lynch's eyelids after 25 years of not removing her mascara before going to bed.

Lynch and Dr. Robaei have decided to release the gruesome images for the operation as a cautionary tale for women to always remove their make-up. Lynch certainly learned her lesson and has the following message for the readers.

“I had fallen into a bad habit of wearing a lot of makeup and not washing it off. I should never have let it get this far. It’s so important to properly take your makeup off every single night. You can’t miss a single day.”

There is little doubt that Lynch has taken on a regular beauty regimen that includes removing all traces of mascara before bedtime.

Dr. Robaei has also published a study on Lynch’s condition and warns everyone to be through with their make-up removal regimen.

“This was an amazing case, I’d never seen anything like it. But this is a risk not many people are aware of.”

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Patient Plays Guitar While Doctors Perform Surgery On His Brain

Yes, he was fully awake during the operation.

Vincent Alocada



A musician from Bangladesh found himself on the operating table after he was diagnosed to suffer from a condition called musician’s cramp, which required a portion of his brain to be operated. However, unlike other major operations, the patient was not only wide awake during the procedure but was strumming his guitar, too.

31-year old patient Taskin Ibna was diagnosed with a rare condition called hand dystonia (otherwise known as musician’s cramp). According to the professional guitar player and computer engineer, it was in 2013 when he first experienced discomfort in his left middle finger while playing the instrument. Eventually, the same sensation controlled his whole hand.

Taskin Ibna was diagnosed with hand dystonia, also known as musician’s cramp, which caused him to experience a weird sensation in his left hand.

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Disgusting As It May Sound, Scientists Think Cockroach Milk Is The Next Superfood

Its taste is no different from cow’s milk, though.

Vincent Alocada



While there is no denying that cows are the popular source of milk, this may no longer be the case in the future. After all, scientists have found a way to extract milk from a much cheaper source: Cockroach, which is said to produce milk that tastes no different from what cows produce.

With more than 750 millions tonnes of cow’s milk produced and consumed year after year, beyond the shadow of doubt, cows are still the biggest and most popular source of dairy products. However, it is also worth noting that other alternatives to cow’s milk, such as soy milk, are also gaining popularity.

Unlike other species of cockroaches, Diploptera Punctata, otherwise known as Pacific beetle cockroach, gives birth to its young and feeds them with the milk it produces.

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Shady Factories Use Carbon Monoxide to Make Fish in Sushi Look Fresh

Moreover, some fish suppliers also don’t bother to check if there are parasitic worms in the fish used in sushi.

Faye Williams



Japanese cuisine has always found fame outside of Japan. Case in point, sushi happens to be one of the most well-known items on its menu. Trendy restaurants all over the world offer it in various flavor combinations.

There is a huge demand for sushi. On top of that, ready-made sushi packed in plastic trays have made their way to groceries and supermarkets all over the world. Thus, there is also a huge demand for its main ingredient, which is fish. Tuna, in particular is a sought after component of the delicacy.

A typical sushi tray sold in stores.

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