For years, diabolical Pim Diffy (Amy Bruckner) from Phil of the Future was on the warpath to take over the world.
Nothing and no one scared her or held her back except, for a few episodes, Candida (Spencer Locke), who was basically the Regina George of H.G.
Considering how Candida tried to make "Pim" (who was really Phil in disguise) eat worms, only to have the tables turned on her in that one episode, it's nice to see that "Operation W" didn't stand between them.
People with dementia are being let down by local services across the country, according to new government data that critics say has revealed a postcode lottery in care for the chronic and degenerative brain disease.
Making more user-friendly information on dementia accessible online is a step in the right direction, said George McNamara, head of policy and public affairs at Alzheimers Society.
However, the atlas should be expanded to become even more useful by including the experiences people with dementia have had of the health and care systems, in order to enable NHS bosses to make improvements in areas which are lagging behind, McNamara added.
Soft drinks manufacturers, pubs, convenience stores and off licences have joined forces to fight a planned sugar tax before the launch of a government consultation.
Details of the tax, which is expected to come into force in April 2018, have yet to be confirmed, but health campaigners have suggested it should be 20% of the sale price of a fizzy drink.
Gavin Partington, director general of the British Soft Drinks Association which is funding for the campaign, said: We absolutely agree with the government that obesity levels are too high and action is needed, but burdening businesses and consumers with an ineffective tax is not the answer.
During her deranged testimony, Carol Everett ranted about the looming public health disaster caused by clinics flushing fetal remains down toilets.
Texas Republicans are bound and determined to continue thwarting women seeking abortions, this time through an insane law requiring the formal burial or cremation of fetal tissue.
And Carol Everett gets to live large on the taxpayers dime while abusing public funds for womens health care with the GOPs blessing.
This is the first study that applied this kind strain to brain cells and followed them over time, said Christian Franck, an assistant professor in Browns School of Engineering and the papers corresponding author.
Among the studys key findings was that after a compression event with forces similar to those involved in traumatic brain injury (TBI), it takes approximately six hours for neurons to develop irreparable structural damage.
Francks work found that it take about six hours for neurons to show signs of irreparable damage from the amount of compression thought to be typical of blows to the head.