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Experts in the UK released new drinking guidelines in the United Kingdom. Before this week, British experts suggested men limit themselves to three to four units of alcohol per day. They suggest women don't exceed two to three units. However, scientists worried the daily drinking limit encouraged daily drinking. The new guidelines suggest people do not drink more than five days a week. Is five days a week much better than seven? And what is a "unit" of alcohol, anyway?
Naked man leads to success?
A French retailer made headlines after a naked man appeared in one of its advertisements. What's worse? It was a children's fashion ad. I find it gross, but some people are saying the company could benefit from publicity, so we, at The Week, decided to release new graphics to see if it helps us succeed. What do you think?
Let's consult Clark
A bungee cord snapped over dangerous waters, forcing the jumper to fight desperately for her life. Extreme sports are called "extreme" for a reason, and Clark Cahill explains why.
Firefighter saves Mojo
A woman in the US was able to escape her burning home without being injured, but her Chihuahua, Mojo, wasn't so lucky. Firefighters were able to bring the dog, which had stopped breathing, out of the house before it burnt down completely. Amazingly, the firefighter performed rescue breathing on the pooch and brought it back to life.
This wacky world!
Jay-Z and Beyonce had a superstar baby named Blue. I don't care how trendy and cool that couple is; Blue is a horrible name.
The search for aliens is coming to a halt, because scientists are running out of money. After 50 years of searching and no results, it's no wonder they don't to keep paying for it.
Officials arrested fourteen female prostitutes in South China, and then they discovered they were actually men.
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett is set for a singing performance in a Chinese advertisement. We'll get you that embarrassing video as soon as possible.
Women dressed up like princesses for Shanghai's first debutante ball - a tradition to introduce high-class women to high-class society. I thought dreaming to become a princess stopped at age nine.
Director: Lin Hanqing Graphic Design: Zhang Xiao
Videographer: Cong Ruiting Producer: Chris Clark & Clark Cahill
Managing Producer: Christie Lee Executive Producer: Flora Yue
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