The 'condom snorting challenge' is an actual thing people are doing

Adjust Comment Print

The condom-snorting trend follows several other unsafe online challenges including the cinnamon challenge, in which students try to swallow a tablespoon of dry cinnamon with no water, and the Tide pod challenge, in which students try to eat as many Tide pods as they can in a short period of time.

The condom challenge is no way to treat your nose. However, the challenge went viral on social media in 2018.

They then share the video, generally on YouTube. "As graphic as it is, we have to show parents because teens are going online looking for challenges and re-creating them".

Ready Player One Sequel Update
Orphan Wade Watts ( Tye Sheridan ) finds himself at the centre of an increasingly violent race of discovery in Ready Player One . Ready , based on Ernest Cline's best-selling 2011 novel, is an adventure set in a virtual-reality universe known as "The OASIS".

Condom Challenge videos have been circulating on YouTube for a while but have resurfaced recently, CBS News reports.

Ditto the Tide Pod Challenge, in which teens filmed themselves consuming the colorful plastic sachets of detergent. According to Dr. Bruce Y. Lee, associate professor of International Health at Johns Hopkins, a condom could become stuck in the nasal cavity or throat, and could cause choking. "So with these untrained people putting something up the nose, it's highly likely that for every one that you see on social media, there are probably a lot of kids who have tried it and either almost choked or caused bleeding".

The condom-snorting challenge isn't even the only condom-related dare to gain traction. Texas education specialist Stephen Enriquez told Fox News affiliate KABB-TV that these bad decisions were fueled by a desire to get more views and likes on social media.

Google celebrates doctor Anandi Gopalrao Joshi's 153rd birthday with sketch doodle
Her husband, Gopalrao Joshi , played an important part in her early education as he encouraged her to continue her education. Anandi received praise from Kesari editor Lokmanya Tilak; even Queen Victoria congratulated her for this feat.

However, there have not been any official statistics on how many have taken up the condom-snorting challenge. In 2014, a teenager intentionally inhaled the prophylactic, according to data from the American Association of Poison Control Centers.

In 2004, doctors in India documented a case of a 27-year-old woman who accidentally inhaled a condom through her nose, didn't get it out, and wound up with a partially collapsed lung as a result.

Russian Federation summons diplomats to announce spy rift expulsions
Nauert, however, said the US regretted Russia's actions, saying there was no justification whatsoever. Yulia is no longer in a critical condition and is improving rapidly, doctors said on Thursday.