Last-Ditch Dating Website Simply Asks Users To Check ‘Yes’ If They Have Open Sores

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FDA Proposes Social Media Guidelines For Drug Companies

In order to prevent the posting of misleading information about medications, the FDA has proposed social media guidelines requiring drug companies to post both the benefits and risks of a drug, which experts say effectively limits their advertising on Twi...
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Last-Ditch Dating Website Simply Asks Users To Check ‘Yes’ If They Have Open Sores

 Offering one-click companionship for singles who have exhausted all other options, new last-ditch dating website LastShot.com, which launched earlier this week, pairs users with a partner based solely on whether they have open sores anywhere on their body, company sources confirmed.

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