Ohio cell towers camouflaged to blend in with surroundings


TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Efforts to turn two looming cell towers in Ohio into faux pine trees to help them blend in with their surroundings are getting mixed reviews from residents.

A resident of a nearby subdivision who opposed construction of the 120-foot (37-meter) structure from the start says he remains concerned about potential health risks from living near a cell tower.

California firefighters bring nearly dead dog back to life


A California fire department says a little white dog named Jack is recovering after firefighters rescued him from a burning home and brought him back to life. Jack suffered respiratory tract injuries and burns to his feet, but the dog was doing well on Friday after receiving extensive oxygen therapy, department spokesman John Frando said.

UK girl left in tears after she's fined for selling lemonade


LONDON (AP) — A British man and his young daughter have gained international attention for being fined for selling lemonade. Andre Spicer said his 5-year-old daughter was left in tears after local council officers fined her 150 pounds ($195) for selling lemonade without a license near their home in London. The four officers approached the girl and began speaking in technical legal terms, telling her that her lemonade stand infringed on local business rights.

No dye: Cancer patients' gray hair darkened on immune drugs


CHICAGO (AP) — Cancer patients' gray hair unexpectedly turned youthfully dark while taking novel drugs, and it has doctors scratching their heads.

The 14 cases were among 52 lung cancer patients being followed to see whether they developed bad side effects from the drugs — Keytruda, Opdivo and Tecentriq.

The pharmaceutical industry has previously capitalized on unexpected drug side effects; examples include the male pattern baldness drug Propecia, the eyelash growing drug Latisse, and Botox anti-wrinkle injections.

Active ingredients in these drugs were initially approved to treat enlarged prostates, eye pressure problems, and eye muscle spasms.

Multan a niña por vender limonada sin licencia en Londres


LONDRES (AP) — Un hombre y su hija de cinco años se convirtieron en el centro de atención al recibir una multa de 150 libras esterlinas (195 dólares) por vender limonada casera sin licencia en Londres.

Andre Spicer dijo que su niña echó a llorar cuando funcionarios del concejo local la multaron por vender limonada cerca de su casa en la capital de Inglaterra a la gente que iba al festival de música Lovebox.

Los cuatro funcionarios se acercaron a la niña y comenzaron a hablarle en términos legales, diciéndole que su puesto de limonada violaba los derechos de los negocios locales.

Texas company recalls coffee with Viagra-like substance


Bestherbs Coffee LLC issued the voluntary recall for its New of Kopi Jantan Tradisional Natural Herbs Coffee after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration found it contains desmethyl carbodenafil, which is similar to sildenafil in the erectile dysfunction drug Viagra.

The notification was intended to inform the public of foods with hidden drugs and chemicals that are often represented as a natural way to promote sexual enhancement, weight loss and body building, according to the FDA warning.