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Justin Bieber’s Baby Ringtone Saves Russian Man from Bear Attack

russian attacked bearA man fishing in Russia was saved from a bear attack after his phone’s ringtone — the Justin Bieber song Baby — scared away an agitated creature.

According to the New York Post, Igor Vorozhbitsyn was on a fishing trip in northern Russia when he was attacked by a large brown bear. Luckily for Vorozhbitsyn, his phone began to ring shortly after the bear pounced — and Bieber’s Baby warded off his four-legged assailant.

Igor told the Post:

I had parked my car and was walking towards the spot I’d marked out when there was a tremendous impact on my back and the bear was on top of me.

I couldn’t believe my luck when the phone went off and he fled.

I know that sort of ringtone isn’t to everyone’s taste but my granddaughter loaded it onto my phone for a joke.

It’s not the first time Baby has been used for unexpected good: in March, a group of high school students in Washington nearly doubled their fundraising goals by blasting JB’s track in their school’s hallways between classes and on lunch break, vowing to turn the ‘BABY’ off only after students donated.

Tenino High School student government members’ immediate goal was to raise $500 for students at a school in the west African country of Ghana. They raised more than $915 by first period on the second day of their campaign.

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Billboard Social 50: Justin Bieber Takes 1st Place For The 14th Consecutive Week

Social 50 Billboard Justin Bieber Takes 1st PlaceWhile preparing new musical projects, Justin Bieber still remains the musician most interest of users in social networks and ensuring comes first in the list of famous magazine Billboard , the “Billboard Social 50“, for nearly 4 months without interruption.

The Canadian superstar 20 years leading the charts list the week of June 21 and continues unbeaten 14 consecutive weeks ago, ahead of names like 5 Seconds Of Summer, Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, and Ariana Grande.

The news about Justin highlight this week was the report of “TMZ”, confirming that the singer was baptized earlier this month during its passage in New York which also yielded many comments about the star on social networks.

The “Billboard Social 50″ list ranks the most popular artists on YouTube, Vevo, Facebook, Twitter, SoundCloud, Wikipedia, MySpace and Instagram.

SEE ALSO: Justin Bieber Made A Donation Of $545 Thousand To Fund Research Of Amfar Aids

Justin Bieber Music Save Life

Father Tells How The Music Of Justin Bieber Shaved His Son’s Life

Justin Bieber Music Save LifeIn his career, Justin Bieber has the opportunity to do good to people, always getting involved in social causes, and bringing joy to many around the world through his music. The star of 20 years makes a difference in the lives of countless people, as did the story of little Theo, a boy aged 2 years facing a rare disease, but managed to turn things around with the help of Canadian.

In an interview with NY Mag brought an exciting testimony of the father of Theo, telling about the struggle to find that the child has hyperinsulinism (which is a state of high amount of the hormone insulin in the blood, caused by an excessive production of insulin in the pancreas), a rare disease that is diagnosed by doctors to hurt the child’s life.

In the story, the father of Theo account that the song “Baby” by Justin, helping small to be distracted during treatment and gave him a little joy during difficult times. The father adds that Theo just ate when I heard the song, and just let the doctors do exams singing the same.

How Justin Bieber saved this child

Our son, Theo, had a mysterious illness, and continued to worsen. Three things changed the game: a team of medical tests comparing a lot of blood tests, and a song.

Last September, shortly after his second birthday, my son was taken to the pediatric ICU at Mount Sinai, and my wife, Meredith, and I feel a sense calm falling on us. I know it’s weird for a parent to say that having a child in the intensive care unit is a relief. But almost a year ago, our son, Theo, had been showing a series of increasingly debilitating symptoms, apparently distinct, we suspected they were connected to something bigger, but none of his doctors could diagnose. They were not able to diagnose the individual problems. We were terrified and we were running out of time – we had lost.

But I promise this is a story with a happy ending about a harrowing bout of stomach illness, two teams of doctors at Mount Sinai, and, interestingly, a hit song by Justin Bieber saved my son’s life. Yes I will explain.

Soon after the day after Thanksgiving 2012, our son, then 14 months old, landed in the ER after having a seizure. A 48-hour EEG and an MRI were inconclusive. His neurologist, epilepsy specialist, gave him a drug called Keppra, which left him weak and nauseous. He slept one night for 12 hours and slept for four hours a day and sometimes even more could sleep if no one woke up. Meredith and I decided to go against the orders of our physician and under the supervision of a pediatrician father of my wife, stopped giving the drugs to Theo. But he was still weak, and the seizures were returning.

Our neurologist warned us that it was dangerous: it could erase the memory and cause cognitive delays. What was worse, we had to ask ourselves a zombie child or the risk of brain damage? Both were devastating, we quickly discovered. Because after all, initially Theo was hitting their targets, walk, run, climb, jump, and talk a lot – but he began to stagnate while their friends were saying new words. And then he was forgetting who he knew. We were afraid that our son, as we knew, was disappearing before our eyes. What choice had, but to meet grudgingly neurologist’s advice was to put Theo back on Keppra at least his lethargy would be temporary, right? We had one condition, however: gradually reduce the dose.

It did not help. He was falling on the playground. During the games. In his high chair. He was stoned all the time.

Though his attacks had begun at 14 months, things were not too bad until four months later. Theo was like a dead when he woke up he eats a bottle of whole milk with a spoon of rice cereal mixed battery. Some mornings he used to vomit soon after. He was not crying, he was not feverish, and he continued his day as if it never happened. His room smelled of vomit for months.

Despite their need for fuel to be becoming ever, my wife and I could never get him to eat enough, sometimes he threw away, refusing every bite. We felt incompetent. How is it that we could not feed our son? Why he was rejecting food? Vomiting? We were especially frustrated because when our nanny, Erin, arrived at 9 am, she could get him to eat scrambled eggs with cheese, yogurt, cereal, a proper meal for a child twice his age and size eggs. Why? And why suddenly he was singing “Bee-bee, bay-bee” every five minutes?

Because, we eventually discovered that she bribed playing a video of our iPad: “Baby” by Justin Bieber, is the music that became the raft of life Theo, as well as our measuring stick for how long would be needed to feed it. I had sworn that Bieber would never be allowed in our house, but desperate times call for desperate measures, and the music was playing so often that it has become like white noise: Theo demanded the video several times until his meal – or any task we needed him to do – was taken. It was an easy request to fulfill.

It became obvious to Erin, Meredith, and to me that there was a correlation between what he was eating and our energy levels. His little body craved carbs and especially sugar – protein foods seemed to have almost no effect on him. Meredith and I asked her pediatrician: he could have hypoglycemia? The doctor denied. Something has to be causing hypoglycemia, he said, while Theo snored in cart. Blood sugar would certainly explain the power outages, vomiting and convulsions. But the doctor did not ask glucose tests. Therefore, we dismiss.

We arrived at Mount Sinai, last September, we panic and despair, after a brief stay in our local ER, when a simple outbreak of stomach illness appeared. He could not keep anything down. His blood sugar had dropped to a dangerously low level of 23 (normal range for a boy is between 50 and 140), followed by a seizure of five minutes spent with a dose of Lorazepam given to us by his neurologist in case of such an emergency. Sinai doctors believed that glucose levels Theo revolved around 40-60. There was comfort in finally having a half explanation for every strange thing that had happened to him. At the hospital, two teams of metabolic doctors – pediatricians and endocrinologists – were trying to solve the mystery of the case of Theo. And so they did: running tests, conducting daily meetings together, often consulting with teams in other hospitals. That’s when, together, we were finally getting somewhere who was determined to give us a diagnosis and a treatment we all expected.

Now we were afraid of the diagnosis and the treatment could be. As Theo sat patiently on a hospital cot that resembled a cage for baby, stuck to whey with medication, his movements were limited. Day and night, SWAT teams – (Special Weapons And Tactics – Special Weapons And Tactics) – nurses and doctors, stinging (with needles) his finger to test his blood sugar, were the insertion of IV injections in their delicate veins outside the drip to induce hypoglycemia and then drawing vampiric blood volumes.

One afternoon, the nurses were preparing Theo to insert a new IV injection, he tried to fight them – he had enough. Meredith and I were trying to calm him while holding our iPad on the head, touching the video of “Baby” to distract him, and he yelled “Mama”. But he could not catch his breath. Suddenly, the doctor began to sing the song of Bieber, and soon the nurses joined him. Theo stopped crying, her long lashes flickered through tears while watching the group of women sing in an attempt to calm him. “They know this song?” He was thinking clearly, and I was too. I had forgotten that “Baby” existed outside our crisis.

At the end of each day, the heads of both medical staff spoke to us and told us what they determined it was not the disease. It was easier, it seemed to run things. For six days, they revealed that he had was not a metabolic disease – good news, because it meant that his illness would not require a drastic change in life. Two days later, the head of the pediatric team – endocrinologist, Michelle Klein, said he believed he could have something called hyperinsulinism, a very rare disease, which is essentially the opposite of diabetes: The pancreas produces too much insulin, triggering more drops blood sugar. It can be treated with a drug called diazoxide. But if he did not respond well to it, they would consider removing a large chunk of his pancreas – a surgery that could give him diabetes.

We were closing in a response that was not terrible: Theo would not die. He could possibly have a normal life with a drug that has no dangerous or even unpleasant side effects. That was good, unless, of course, if the drug did not work. We continue with a cautious optimism. Within a day taking diazoxide, the levels of blood sugar stabilized Theo. The hospital continued for two more days to make sure the sustained effects. Soon after we had our son back. He is garrulous. He has boundless energy. There are seizures. No more Keppra. Our apartment no longer smells like vomit. And even if he always has hyperinsulinism, he may even be able to stay drug-free for a day and keep his blood sugar with a careful diet.

With relief came another change. For more than six months since Theo asked “Baby”, and he is in love with a different song, whose video made me cry the first time I saw it, maybe they were tears of joy. ‘Cause every time Theo watches the video, he goes for his springboard So it seems toady’s simply the truth.? Pharrell’s music, “Happy” is our new anthem.

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Billboard Social 50: Justin Bieber Takes The #1 Spot

Billboard Social 50: Justin Bieber Takes #1 Spot For The 13th Consecutive Week

Billboard Social 50: Justin Bieber Takes The #1 SpotIn a season of ‘holiday’, Justin Bieber has been enjoying the time to have fun and reconnect with friends and family, but nothing beats the time that the Canadian star has been devoting his time recording in the studio. Bieber is preparing his next album to be released later this year, but between the release of a song or other independent and power of his public interest that figure represents the social networks, the singer is the leader of the Billboard Social 50, list of famous magazine “Billboard” that measures the popularity of musicians on the internet.

Among the artists who are touring and releasing music videos and albums, Bieber has been unsurpassed in the past 13 weeks, occupying the #1 spot on the list in the week of, showing that even without new projects launched, its power as musician continues stronger than ever.

The “Billboard Social 50″ list ranks the most popular artists on YouTube, Vevo, Facebook, Twitter, SoundCloud, Wikipedia, MySpace and Instagram.

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Justin Bieber Participate For A Show Costs $1-Million

Justin Bieber Participate For A Show Costs $1 Million

Justin Bieber Participate For A Show Costs $1-MillionBeing one of the most famous and influential stars of recent times, Justin Bieber presence is requested at events and attracts crowds wherever he goes. The singer of 20 years has been at the top of a list released by Mirror, in which the cost to hire successful singers to present themselves in casual events, such as weddings, was represented by estimates.

Among the names on the list are disclosed other personalities such as Madonna, Justin Timberlake, Rihanna and Adele including the estimated price for a show are high, but do not compare to the $! million dollars, which the Mirror would be the price that those interested in a particular performance of Bieber would have to shell out.

The agency Degy Entertainment launched an extensive list of prices you have to pay to hire your favorite singer or band for an event. The agency described this as “a list of rates suggested by the agents of artists per show, and frontloading” , and launched the site priceonomics.com .

Nothing is greater than the glaring one million U.S. dollars to be Bieber, Madonna or Justin Timberlake singing – so actually the bad news is that nothing will be done by Bieber unless you have that amount of money.

SEE ALSO: Time 100: Justin Bieber Is The Most Influential Musician In The World In The Online List 2014

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Billboard: For The Fourth Consecutive Year, Justin Bieber Wins The ‘Top Social Artist’ In 2014

justin bieber billboard top social artistThe traditional awards, Billboard Music Awards 2014 took place in Las Vegas, and despite having been invited to the event, Justin Bieber did not appear the same as it is in Cannes, France.

The singer was nominated for ‘Top Social Artist’ and won the award for the fourth consecutive year. The star does not have a presence at awards shows for some time, but still named in several categories and has the support of the fans to get the win in most of them, but this time.

Justin, who occupies the #1 spot 10 consecutive weeks on the list Billboard Social 50, only reasserted its power in social media to be consecrated again with this well-deserved award.

The team congratulates JB Music for this achievement!

SEE ALSO: Time 100: Justin Bieber Is The Most Influential Musician In The World In The Online List 2014

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Billboard Social 50: Justin Bieber Takes The #1 Spot For The 9th Consecutive Week

Justin Bieber Tops Billboard Social 50This week Billboard charts updated the results of his famous list, the Billboard Social 50 , and Justin Bieber is occupying the # 1 spot again in the list of famous magazine which measures the popularity of musicians on social networks. The graphs show that the singer continues to lead the subjects of social media in a planned outreach to the week of May 17, when graphics are updated again. Even without the launch of new projects since 2013, Justin continues in front of artists who have consistently released music videos and singles like Katy Perry, Taylor Swift and Shakira.

Justin is undefeated in the list for more than two months, with the first place this week, the singer is at the top of the Social 50 9 consecutive weeks.

The “Billboard Social 50″ list ranks the most popular artists on YouTube, Vevo, Facebook, Twitter, SoundCloud, Wikipedia, MySpace and Instagram.

SEE ALSO: More Than A Year After Its Launch, Justin Bieber Album Believe Is Among The Bestsellers

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Billboard Social 50: Justin Bieber Takes The #1 Place For The 7th Consecutive Week

justin bieber tops billboard social 50Justin Bieber continues stronger than ever in social networks and his lives as ‘vacation’ in the recording studio, walking and devoting himself to the fans, the Canadian superstar continues to be the focus of attention in the network and as a result, this week is taking the #1 spot on Billboard Social 50 , a list of the famous magazine which measures the popularity of musicians on social networks.

Justin is undefeated in the list for nearly two months and the first place this week, the singer is at the top of the Social 50 consecutive 7 weeks. The launch of two new songs in the last days, “Hard 2 Face Reality” and “We Were Born For This” , both with great positive reaction from the fans, the singer certainly ensure more weeks top the Billboard Social 50 .

Remember that the “Social 50″ list ranks the most popular artists on YouTube, Vevo, Facebook, Twitter, SoundCloud, Wikipedia, MySpace and Instagram.

SEE ALSO: More Than A Year After Its Launch, Justin Bieber Album Believe Is Among The Bestsellers

Justin Bieber Most Influential Musician

Time 100: Justin Bieber Is The Most Influential Musician In The World In The Online List 2014

Justin Bieber Most Influential MusicianEvery year one of the most important weekly magazines in the world, “Time”, lists the 100 most influential personalities in TV, film, politics, business and music, the “Time 100″ , and thus shows which names have been influencing thousands of people in the world.

This year Time has opened the voting for the site and readers made ​​their choices for or against various personalities, Justin Bieber was also included among the voting options in category “Musicians” and besides occupying the #1 spot with 61.3% of the votes for him in the category, the Canadian star of 20 years was voted in all categories of the “2014 Time 100″ list.Time 100 Justin Bieber Most Influential MusicianJustin received a total of 205,994 , with 79,719 votes from “no”, being against the singer enter the official list of Time, but were 126,275 votes for “Yes” in favor of having the name of the star in the list. Justin’s victory in the online poll for Time 100 2014 came thanks to the efforts of his fans who voted and dedicated themselves to the success of Canadian star vote.

The Team will also make a list for the edition of the magazine which will be released on April 24, it was not clear yet if the result is the same online selected by the editors of the magazine, but the support of fans, Justin had already secured their place in the top of the list online.

Congratulations Justin!

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Billboard Social 50: Justin Bieber Tops The List For The 5th Consecutive Week

justin bieber billboard social 50Social networks clearly reflect the success of Justin Bieber as one of the most influential artists of today and the proof is their unanimity on the list “Social 50″ Billboard, which measures the popularity of musicians each week on social networks.

Check out the TOP 5 of the artists who are on the Billboard Social 50 this week, where Bieber took first place in the ranking done again and has been going on uninterrupted five weeks ago:

1 – Justin Bieber

2nd – Shakira

3 – Miley Cyrus

4 – Katy Perry

5 – Taylor Swift

Remember that the “Social 50″ list ranks the most popular artists on YouTube, Vevo, Facebook, Twitter, SoundCloud, Wikipedia, MySpace and Instagram.

SEE ALSO: Justin Bieber Among Music’s Top Money Makers 2014