*Miami Dolphins offensive guard Richie Incognito has reportedly checked himself into a psychiatric care unit in Arizona on Thursday night, one day after revealing he had smashed his own car with a baseball bat.
Incognito, the focus of the team’s bullying and harassment scandal, is reportedly seeking counseling to help him deal with stress.
Scottsdale, Ariz., police responded to reported damage to Incognito’s Ferrari, which he said he caused. The matter was closed since no crime was committed.
*While most folk would curse an 8 to 10 pound weight gain, Jada Pinkett Smith says she’s loving her “fuller” figure.
The 42-year-old posted the above Facebook pic of herself with hubby Will Smith and their daughter Willow at the recent UFC 170 event at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
She commented: “My girlfriend sent me this pic, and I could clearly see the weight I’ve gained which is about…8-10 pounds. I think I will keep it. I like being a lil…fuller;) Let’s just hope it will fit in The Oscars dress,” she wrote, adding, “Here’s to loving our bodies by our own standards:)”
*U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has been released from the hospital and is home resting after experiencing faintness and shortness of breath.
During his regular morning meeting with senior staff, the Attorney General began experiencing symptoms including faintness and shortness of breath, according to reports.
As a precaution, he was taken to MedStar Washington Hospital Center to undergo further evaluation. He was released at about 2 p.m. Thursday.
Attorney General Eric Holder attends HRC’s 2014 Greater New York Gala at The Waldorf Astoria on February 8, 2014 in New York City
*Attorney General Eric Holder is said to be “resting comfortably” after being taken to the hospital today after shortness of breath.
According to Reuters, Holder felt faint during a morning meeting with staff and was taken to MedStar Washington Hospital Center as a precaution.
*Are we ready for “designer babies?”
Yeah, frightening, I know.
But the Food and Drug Administration in Aithersburg, Md. is weighing a fertility procedure that involves a combination of genetic material from three different people, in order to produce a baby free of certain defects.
Defects in general, as none in particular have been revealed.
Critics say this is an ethical minefield and could lead to the creation of designer babies.
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