Hannah Montana candy raises eyebrows: A new Hannah Montana "Concert Candy" looks utterly obscene, according to the website Dlisted. The gummy candy, which is packaged in "individual pouches for portion control" (huh?), is supposed to be the shape of a guitar...but looks more like an organ, if you know what we mean. Check out the picture above to judge for yourself.
Mygallons.com pre-paying for gas at low prices: With gas prices at $4.09 per gallon on average, MyGallons.com could change the way people buy gas. Customers register online and receive a card in the mail to buy gas at the current listed price and are able to view how many gallons they have left, transaction history and find the current price for purchasing more gas. However, the service has a $29.95 annual membership fee, a $15 overdraft fee, and a $1.95 fee for reloading the card when using a credit card. According to the Web site, more than 200,000 gas stations participate in the program.
Angelina hits hospital: Angelina Jolie has been admitted to a hospital in the south of France in preparation for the birth of her twins. A hospital rep said she is doing fine and there is no urgency to the situation, adding that her arrival "has been planned for a long time."
Dogs detect cancer: Ovarian cancer has a distinct scent that can be recognized by working dogs, according to a Swedish study. The research also showed that the scent of ovarian cancer differs from cervical or endometrial cancers. Keith I. Block, MD, editor-in-chief of Integrative Cancer Therapies says, "Their ability to detect specific odors associated with chemicals related to malignancy should eventually lead to effective methods and tools for very early detection, and thus a greater proportion of cancer cures."