According to the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor s Office, the incident took place on August 16 on Euclid Avenue in the City of Euclid.Nhiwatiwa approached the victim when she was waiting for her school bus. He asked her if she needed a ride to school. When the girl refused, Nhiwatiwa drove away, only to return about a minute later. He parked his vehicle, walked up to the girl and exposed his genitals. He then began to urinate on the victim s head, upper body and legs while filming it. When he returned to his car and drove off, that s when the girl called her mother at work to inform about the incident.
Shocking footage of the incident, which occurred on June 26, has since been released by a city legislator who raised concerns about the treatment of the public by authorities in the region.The video shows two officers hitting a 62 year old man in the genitals, stomach and face repeatedly as he lies on a hospital gurney unable to move.
Bisexual comedian Andy Dick was assaulted in New Orleans over the weekend. His attacker, David Hale, has admitted to the crime, but, he says, there s more to the story than what was originally reported.The assault happened last Saturday after Dick had finished a show at One Eyed Jack s in the French Quarter. He was standing outside waiting for an Uber at around 2 a.m. when 46 year old Hale approached him.
Chlamydia is the most common sexually transmitted bacterial infection globally. However, national programs for screening and treatment have been suboptimal in controlling incident infections. Untreated or repetitive infections with Chlamydia trachomatis frequently result in pelvic inflammatory disease in 1 in 6 women, and approximately half of infants born to mothers with chlamydia will develop congenital infection; such infection is further responsible for 370,000 disability adjusted life years annually.According to study results published in the Lancet Infectious Disease, researchers at the National Institute for Health Research Imperial Clinical Research Facility at Hammersmith Hospital in London have demonstrated immunogenic responses in the first phase 1 human trials of a novel vaccine for the prevention of C trachomatis infection, based on the recombinant protein subunit CTH522 of the bacteria. The researchers included 35 healthy women aged 19 to 45 years who were not pregnant; had no history of chlamydia, gonorrhea, pelvic inflammatory disease other significant gynecologic disease, HIV, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, or syphilis; and who agreed to use 2 approved forms of contraception and to refrain from sexual intercourse for the trial period. Participants were randomly assigned in a 3:3:1 ratio to receive either CTH522:CAF01 (CTH522 adjuvanted with CAFO1 liposomes), CTH522:AH (CTH522 adjuvanted with aluminum hydroxide), or placebo, followed by 2 intranasal doses of unadjuanted CTH522 or placebo.
Josh Kloss, 38, claims he was drinking with the pop princess when she suddenly pulled forward the waistband of his trousers to reveal his genitals.
A teenager has been arrested after a man was stabbed in the genitals at Nottingham Riverside Festival.An 18 year old has been arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm after the incident last night.
A teenager has been arrested after a man was stabbed in the genitals at Nottingham apos;s popular Riverside Festival.
Police patrolling the Riverside Festival in Nottingham were called shortly after 9:30pm last night.
Canine Transmissible Venereal Tumor, a contagious cancer, first developed thousands of years ago.Jules Clark Getty One of the strangest living things on the planet started as a dog, but has turned into something else entirely.It originated somewhere in Asia about 6,000 years ago, when a cell in the genitals of an unknown dog developed mutations that allowed it to multiply uncontrollably. That is, it became a tumor. But unlike almost every other cancer, which ultimately goes down with its host, this one did not. Somehow, it gained the ability to spread from one dog to another through sexual contact. And in doing so, it achieved a kind of immortality. The original dog is long gone, but its contagious cancer known as canine transmissible venereal tumor, or CTVT lives on, having hopped around the world on the junk of humanity s best friend.To clarify, several cancers can be caused by infectious entities; cervical cancer, for example, is the work of HPV, a sexually transmitted virus. But in those cases, the cancer itself is not infectious and cannot spread. CTVT is different: Each cancer cell is a free living parasite that can set up another tumor on another dog. Among wild animals, there are only eight known examples of such transmissible tumors. Two grow on the faces of the unlucky Tasmanian devils. Five spread between shellfish. None are as ancient, prolific, or successful as CTVT.Now, a team led by Elizabeth Murchison of the University of Cambridge has finished the largest study of CTVT yet, comparing the DNA of 546 tumors collected from dogs around the world. The team s study reads like an epic biography of this unusual cancer, and it shows just how strange an entity CTVT really is.
Canine transmissible venereal tumour is a cancer that spreads between dogs through the transfer of living cancer cells, primarily during mating. The disease usually manifests as genital tumours in both male and female domestic dogs. It first arose in an individual dog but survived beyond the death of the original dog by spreading to new dogs. The cancer is now found in dog populations worldwide and is the oldest and most prolific cancer lineage known in nature.One of the most remarkable aspects of these tumours is that their cells are those of the original dog in which the cancer arose and not the carrier dog. The only differences between cells in the modern dogs tumours and cells in the original tumour are those that have arisen over time either through spontaneous changes in the cells DNA or through changes caused by carcinogens.
Genital herpes is a sexually transmitted disease (STD). This disease causes herpetic sores, which are painful blisters (fluid filled bumps) that can break open and ooze fluid. Around 417 million people globally have this STD.Herpes simplex virus (HSV) type 2, which causes genital herpes, is prevalent. Almost all infected people develop recurrences, either recurrent lesions or even more recurrent shedding in the absence of lesions. There 's no cure, and efforts to develop a vaccine have had limited success.
The man in hospital after his genital was cut off by ex wife