45-year-old Malcolm MacDonald lost his penis to a blood infection that even turned his fingers and toes black. Doctors were able to graft a new penis onto his arm to be transplanted at some point, but because of health complications he's had to live with it on his arm for four years...
Today on Segment 16, the guys check out a news story about a family who were put in a hospital room splattered with blood. It wasn't from their family-member, but from whoever was previously in the room. But that's not where the story ends...
This September 11th will mark the 15th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on 9/11, and is the largest annual day of charitable engagement in the US. Millions of people observe the day with acts to help others. One great way to help is to either volunteer helping the American Red Cross, or donate blood, or both!
The American Red Cross has issued an emergency call for blood and platelets, as the blood supply is really low for summer. With the July 4th holiday, many people postponed their blood donations, and the holiday also brings a fresh influx of accidents and need for more blood and platelets. Please help replenish the blood supply for Michigan.
Scientists have been researching anti-aging for a long time now, and they think they've stumbled upon something that not only can turn back the clock in aging mice, but also helps mend broken bones faster!
Only problem, the cure is young blood, so you'll have to go all Lestat on some teens or something.
I'm not a big fan of the movie "Home Alone."
I'm just not into that whole "child hero" thing in movies. And that kid could be one of the most annoying little brats to ever walk the earth. My mind won't even let me remember his name, I hate him so much.
But this guy, David Unger, did a fun parody video using the Home Alone scenes of violence to make his music video for a song t
Aerosmith have released a music video for "Legendary Child", the lead single from the band's forthcoming album, Music From Another Dimension, which will be released on November 6th.
The song was originally recorded during the 1993 Get A Grip sessions, so it's not exactly brand new but this is the first music video from Aerosmith in over 8 years...