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Portraits Reveal & # 39; Invisible & # 39; skin failure caused by UV rays

A French photographer has released a unique series of images that reveal skin damage caused by exposure to UV light, which is not typically visible to the naked eye. The "Raw" series containing 20 different headshots and close-ups of various body parts was shot with special equipment by Pierre-Louis Ferrer. "Each model gives the viewer an intimate picture of his …

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Strong marijuana associated with psychosis

Associated Press Published 8:21 am.m. ET 20 March 2019 some cannabis buds in a plastic bag (Photo: Getty Images) LONDON – High-strength smoking marijuana every day can increase the chances of developing psychosis by almost five times , according to the largest study to investigate potency effect on psychotic disorders. The research adds to previous studies that have found connections …

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What is the keto diet and is it safe for everyone?

CHICOPEE, Mass. (WWLP) – Chances are you've heard of ketodite. But what is it and how does it work? The ketogenic diet has been around for centuries. In the 1970s, it was called the Atkins diet. Recently, it has regained popularity as a keto diet. The diet is low carbohydrate and high in fat. When you do not eat carbohydrate, …

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Mother-in-law gifts are impractical for the family

Dear Abby: My mother-in-law has the means to buy almost everything she wants. She is a shopper, a cross-country skier, yet very generous for her children. She buys expensive and unwanted gifts for all her children – satisfies her shopping requests by making us double his latest cooking, vacuum cleaner or 10-pound box of chocolates, we shouldn't eat in the …

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Meriden school sees spike in student absence Tuesday | News

MERIDEN, CT (WFSB) – Some parents in Meriden reached Eyewitness News on Tuesday and said many students at Washington Middle School were out sick. While officials did not confirm specific figures, they said more students were out sick on Tuesday than normal. In a statement, Meriden said Superintendent of Schools Mark Benigni "We regularly monitor monitoring and we are a …

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Death with 1000 clicks: Where EMRs went wrong

The pain radiated from the top of Annette Monachelli's head and it got worse as she changed positions. It didn't want her usual migraine. The 47-year-old Vermont lawyer allowed the innkeeper to visit his local doctor at Stowe Family Practice twice about the problem at the end of November 2012, but received little relief. Two months later, Monachelli was dead …

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FDA approves first postpartum depression drug

The treatment is administered as a single 60-hour IV drip and was found to have mild side effects, such as headache, dizziness or excessive sleepiness. Yet some women may have access to this type of treatment if it requires 60 hours of time. The drug will probably be priced around $ 20,000 to $ 35,000 per treatment, Sage Therapeutics, the …

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USDA Fed Cats and Dogs to Kittens, Alarming Watchdog Report Claims

Kittens were intentionally infected with a parasite at a USDA lab. The cat shown here was NOT used in these experiments. Credit: Shutterstock The title of the report says it all, "USDA Kitten Cannibalism." It seems hard to believe, but a study by a non-profit watchdog group reveals that the US government bought hundreds of cats and dogs for gastrointestinal …

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