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    Italian mafia trial hands down 2,200 years in sentences

    Politicians and police were among the over 200 people convicted of collaborating with Calabria’s powerful ‘Ndrangheta organization An Italian court sentenced 207 members and associates of the ‘Ndrangheta criminal organization to a total of over 2,200 years on Monday, concluding the first phase of the largest mafia trial the country has seen in nearly four decades. Defendants were charged with a laundry list of crimes including murder, drug trafficking, bribery,…

  • News HeadlinesHow to calculate the state of health on the hands

    How to calculate the state of health on the hands?

    (ORDO NEWS) — Predicting the fate of a person’s hands is quite realistic, and for this it is not at all necessary to be a fortuneteller. Even in ancient China, specialists could, only by looking at a patient, determine what he was sick with. Information is read on the face, iris and palms. On the latter, with a particular disease, special signs appear. How to understand that something is wrong…

  • News HeadlinesExcessive wrinkling on young mans hands turned out to be rare condition

    ‘Excessive wrinkling’ on young man’s hands turned out to be rare condition

    (ORDO NEWS) — A man in his 20s developed “excessive wrinkling”; bright, white bumps; and patches of thick skin on his hands whenever he immersed them in water. Doctors initially thought the condition might be a symptom of chronic eczema, but they later determined that the wrinkling was caused by a rare skin disease, according to a new report of his case. The disease, known as aquagenic syringeal acrokeratoderma (ASA),…

  • News HeadlinesAlmost all kids have tobacco on their hands even in non smoking homes

    Almost all kids have tobacco on their hands, even in non-smoking homes

    (ORDO NEWS) — Young children touch everything—carpets, tabletops, toys, clothes, etc.—and then touch their mouths and faces. This makes them especially vulnerable to thirdhand smoke, the chemical residue from tobacco smoke left behind in dust and on surfaces after someone smokes or vapes. Educating parents and other family members about reducing children’s exposure to thirdhand smoke through banning smoking in homes and cars is necessary, but a new study, published…