Teen Wants A Tattoo? Pediatricians Say Here’s How To Do It Safely

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ariana Marciano is adding to her collection of about 75 tattoos at Body Electric, a tattoo and piercing studio on trendy Melrose Avenue in Hollywood. “I think they’re so cool and I think they’re visually really nice to look at,” she says. There’s a ram’s head, an elk, a green-and-peach praying mantis, a love bug and a moth. Today she’s getting a ladybug.

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7 weird signs of hidden health problems everyone ignores (blushing, blinking and more!)

 

 

 

 

 

Our bodies do all sorts of kooky things. Sometimes it can annoy us, or just confuse us. Small things like sneezing or blushing can seem unnecessary, but many of these tiny strange bodily functions are actually ways for your body to defend itself against creeping health issues. Just like allergies trying to defeat ‘invaders’. The achy joints and ticklish sides are the spears and swords in your body’s fight to survive.

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Cómo Los Celulares Causan Tumores Cerebrales y Desencadenan Enfermedades Crónicas

 

 

 

 

 

El debate sobre si la exposición de los teléfonos celulares causa tumores cerebrales puede ser contraproducente. Piense en el número de personas que conoce que cargan y usan sus teléfonos celulares todos los días. De acuerdo con las Naciones Unidas, hay más personas en el mundo con teléfonos celulares que con acceso a sanitarios.1

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Common Method of Cooking Rice Can Leave Traces of Arsenic in Food, Scientists Warn

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New experiments in methods for cooking rice suggest that if you do it the “normal” way, you may be setting yourself up for certain health problems, including heart disease, diabetes and cancer, the Independent reports. This means if you simply boil rice in a pan until the water is out, you need to change your ways: Let it soak overnight; wash and rinse it until the water is clear; then drain and boil it at a ratio of 5 parts water to 1 part rice.

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