WTF is she on…. BATH SALTS??? Cast Of “Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta Want Joseline Fired For Violent Attack At Reunion Taping More details have emerged about the violence that erupted at the LHHATL taping earlier this week… According to
At the turn of the century, decades before L.A.'s beachfronts got crammed with its smörgåsbord of incongruous beachside mansions, the "strand" was populated by the occasional elaborate bathhouse. From the hot salt baths of Santa Monica's "first luxury hotel," which...
We’re seeing bath salts in the news again. This time, the alternative use of the product has a benign purpose, unlike a couple of years ago, when people associated it with designer drugs. In fact, according to an article last week in...Show More Summary
India ink bath salts from Japan's Kaimei & Co. may be made from calligrapher's ink but fear not, they won't leave your back as blackened as a Louisiana cooked catfish.
Bath salts back poppin’? Police Report Trend Of Increased Sales Of Bath Salts In Spain And Texas Via NYDailyNews Tourists visiting Ibiza are being sold a drug linked to the horrendous cannibal attack on a homeless man in Florida, it...
A salt that is used in tofu, bath salts and for de-icing roads could replace a more expensive and toxic solar cell component.
More than 50 million Americans swim in the oceans every year (there are actual government surveys of such things). So if your summer plans involves stripping down and bathing in the sun and salt water of your dreams, read on, intrepid beach-goer. Show More Summary
The chemical used to make tofu and bath salts could also replace a highly toxic and expensive substance used to make solar cells, a new study has revealed. Cadmium chloride is currently a key ingredient in solar cell technology used in millions of solar panels around the world. Show More Summary
The chemical used to make tofu and bath salts could also replace a highly toxic and expensive substance used to make solar cells, a University study published in the journal Nature has revealed. Cadmium chloride is currently a key ingredient in solar cell technology used in millions of solar panels around the world. Show More Summary
The city of San Jacinto has banned the sale and distribution of synthetic drugs such as bath salts and "Spice" in an effort to curb its use among teens, officials said.
The synthetic drug that has wreaked so much havoc in the U.S. was the product of a tiny one-man operation in Shanghai.
A few years ago, upstate New York found itself with a "bath salts" epidemic on its hands—except it didn't exactly know what it was dealing with. The synthetic stimulant tested negative for drugs like heroin and cocaine, which allowed it to be sold legally, and it was landing locals...
Those hundreds of miles of coastline mean that playing hooky every once in a while, foregoing store-bought salt spray for real beach hair, and — yes— justifying how you need to buy just one more bathing suit, is all in the name of better health.
Over 100 vehicles got a salt bath at Huguenot Memorial Park in Jacksonville, FL over Memorial Day Weekend when a car got stuck and blocked the only escape from rising tide. Somebody complained "they were not warned." Read more...
Go figure that an international fugitive—a man who has variously been associated with getting high on bath salts, openly having sex with multiple partners, and scorning the company that bore his own name—is now partners with a messaging...Show More Summary
He ain’t tryna hear it… We don’t know how this cat thought he could smash his iPad and STILL get his money back. Bath salts? Image via YouTube
Growing concern over synthetics like bath salts and spice has led U.S. law enforcement to launch a full-scale assault across the country.
It is unclear if the most recent crackdown on synthetic drugs was prompted by today's Yellen testimony, but according to AP, the US government - seemingly in desperate need to find new things to spend money on - has decided to take its...Show More Summary
Raids have targeted synthetic drug sellers across the U.S. Photo collage of the drug known as “bath salts” by NewsHour WASHINGTON — The Drug Enforcement Administration on Wednesday broadened its national crackdown on synthetic drug manufacturers,...Show More Summary
March Madness marches on! Today we have some really interesting games. Are you into Quaaludes? Bath Salts? Jack Daniels? Red Wine? You've come to the right place. Read more...