Did you know that the only group of people that are strongly advised against using any kind of Botox injection, are pregnant women and lactating mothers?
The relation between Botox during a pregnancy has not been explicitly studied and researched. So there is no data on whether/how using Botox to treat wrinkles in your skin may cause harm to your unborn child. Still doctors and medical practitioners are unanimous in their stance that pregnant mother’s and mom’s that are breast-feeding should not get any Botox injections. Another reason that Botox during pregnancy is not needed; your skin automatically becomes smoother during this period removing the reason for using Botox to begin with.
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You’d have to be born out in the wilderness with no internet or pop-culture of any kind to have missed hearing about Botox in some way, shape, or form.
It seems like just about every major celebrity has had Botox injected at some point to “soften” their wrinkles. But just how often is a Botox injection needed in your face to keep those pesky fine lines and wrinkles away? Continue reading How Long Does A Botox Treatment Last?
The meninges is the name of the three-layered protective tissue that covers the brain and spinal cord. The suffix “-itis” is commonly used in medicine to denote “inflammation.” Meningitis is an infection, inflammation and swelling of the covering of the brain and spinal cord (meninges). Continue reading What is meningitis and why should I care about it?
The most flamboyant signature on the Declaration of Independence belonged to John Hancock, and that seems only fitting. The wealth he acquired by inheriting and growing his uncle’s mercantile firm enabled Hancock to live and eat with a lot of style.
To acquire one of the first salmon of the season, he paid a guinea—an amount equal to a full week’s wage for most skilled English craftsmen.
Hancock was known for the elaborate codfish dinners that he hosted. He so loved the cod found in Massachusetts Bay that even after advancing British troops forced him to flee Boston, Hancock paid to have codfish from the bay shipped to his temporary homes in Philadelphia and Baltimore.
Source: What The Great Ate
1. Angel Falls, Venezuela, 3212ft.
2. Tugela Falls South Africa 3110ft.
3. Cataratas Las Tres Hermanas Peru 3000ft.
4. Olo’upena Falls Hawaii 2953ft.
5. Catarata Yumbilla Peru 2940ft.
6. Vinnufossen Norway 2822ft.
7. Balaifossen Norway 2788ft.
8. Pu’uka’oku Falls Hawaii 2756ft.
9. James Bruce Falls Canada 2756ft.
10. Browne Falls New Zealand 2743ft.
Source: Top 10 of Everything 2017
The answer: none of those things, or at least not necessarily. The Federal Highway Administration has given the “control cities” listed on these mileage signs a “center point.” The criteria for a center point: whatever the local authorities want it to be. It could literally be anything, so long as the FHA approves it as a “well-defined central area.” That could be a downtown, a central business district, or city hall, for example. Mileage signs into Baltimore denote how far away City Hall is. In New York City, the distance measures to the busy Columbus Circle area in Manhattan.
Source: Do Geese Get Goose Bumps by Bathroom Reader’s Institute
Parents are always looking for an excuse to explain their children’s bad behavior, and sugar has taken a lot of blame.
This may come as no surprise, but the Coca Cola Company doesn’t want to take responsibility, and make it very clear that studies have failed to find any substantial evidence proving a relationship between sugar consumption and hyperactivity. Continue reading Does Drinking Coca-Cola Make Kids Hyperactive?
Fun fact, there’s always fresh flowers in our reception room here at Crutchfield Dermatology
Marble walls as white as milk, lined with skin as soft as silk, in a fountain crystal clear, a golden apple will appear, there is no key to this stronghold, yet thieves break in and steal the gold.
What is it?
Continue reading …steal the gold… Riddle of the Month
Preventive Medicine is a board-certified specialty of medical practice that focuses on the health of individuals, communities and defined populations. Its goal is to protect, promote and maintain health and well-being and to prevent disease, disability and death. With that in mind, I’d like to discuss tips for staying safe in and around the water this summer and always.
It’s summertime, and many fun activities involve pools, lakes, rivers and other bodies of water. Hanging out at the pool can be one of the best ways to beat the summer heat. Unfortunately, without proper safety precautions these water activities can have bad outcomes. Continue reading Water safety precautions to keep your summer tragedy-free